Nexus Greenhouse Systems hosts seminar on operating a cannabis grow facility

Nexus Greenhouse Systems hosts seminar on operating a cannabis grow facility

Attendees will learn essential business, regulatory and cultivation best practices to survive and thrive in the medical cannabis industry in Michigan.

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October 9, 2017
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Want to gain essential knowledge of operating a cannabis grow facility from licensing to construction and operations? Nexus Greenhouse Systems is hosting a one day seminar on November 8th and 9th from 8-5 at the Sheraton Detroit Metro Airport in Romulus, Michigan, according to a press release. Learn essential business, regulatory and cultivation best practices to survive and thrive in the medical cannabis industry in the emerging state of Michigan from a broad scope of experienced cannabis professionals.

Speakers will include:

Joseph Wright, former head of the Illinois Medical Cannabis Program, on avoiding pitfalls and mistakes in both the application process and once an operation is up and running. Wright will walk you through the complex world of cannabis regulation and how to remain compliant.

Brian Corr, PhD, a grow consultant with more than 40 years of growing experience. Many of the operational decisions made up front by an investor/applicant require this basic knowledge to help avoid expensive mistakes.

Trevor Taylor, Co-Founder/CEO of District 8 Holdings, a successful Colorado cultivation business that will be challenging the way cannabis is grown, focusing on a sustainable, pesticide free environment.

Paul Golden, Nexus environmental engineer, is the designer of hi-tech commercial cannabis and vegetable greenhouses focusing on production optimization.

Al Sray, Nexus Eastern U.S. Cannabis Facility Manager, has worked with multiple medical cannabis cultivators in numerous states and will provide first-hand experience to their successes.

A complimentary shuttle as well as continental breakfast and lunch will be provided. You may register here. Discounted hotel rooms are being held. Seminar cost is $299. All paid attendees will receive a $500 credit toward a future Nexus equipment purchase or facility design service.